Our client is an investor-backed technology company, taking the wedding industry by storm. Their mission is to become an iconic global brand, making wedding planning as intuitive, fun and rewarding as it should be. With sights set on expanding globally, they are only just getting started.
They're looking for a driven and energetic graduate, ready to take on this incredible opportunity and make the role their own. Your enthusiasm for learning new things should be infectious, and your excitement to grow into the role and beyond should be unparalleled.
Ideally, their next Paid Marketing Analyst would be a confident copywriter, supporting the team to produce new content such as email campaigns, blog posts and social content to strengthen the company's organic presence and user retention. You will also be analytically-minded, comfortable using data to support decision-making. On a day-to-day basis, this might involve:
What you're good at:
- Drive couple acquisitions efforts through the optimisation of paid marketing channels such as Google Ads, Facebook Ads and Apple Search Ads
- Optimise marketing landing pages to optimise conversion rates
- Release regular A/B tests to improve ad copy and social creatives
- Create new creatives for social campaigns
- Launch new channels and international markets
- Analyse campaign results to inform decision-making and report to stakeholders
- Support brand awareness and remarketing campaigns
Culture and perks:
- Being proactive - you have an interest in digital marketing which you can demonstrate through previous internships, extracurriculars, etc.
- Driving outcomes - you can confident interpret campaign data to make data-driven decisions and recommendations.
- Writing excellent copy - you know how to use language to your (and the company's) advantage.
- Using Excel/Google Sheets - you don't have to be a whiz, but you do know your way around a pivot table.
- The opportunity to work in a high-growth tech startup alongside a highly respected entrepreneur.
- Generous holiday allowance which increases year on year.
- Team events: loads of social activities, team events and annual company summits.
- Amazing culture: monthly hackathons, regular chess tournaments, book clubs, film evenings and more, all while sporting a casual dress code.
- Access to a learning and development budget, as well as a book allowance.